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Plans for what happens after the 31 December 2019 when Wales’ largest renewal programme officially comes to an end have been announced.
Transport for Wales is reminding customers to check before they travel ahead of Wales’ biggest timetable change for a generation.
From 15 December, Sunday services on many parts of the Transport for Wales network will look more like midweek services for the first time - a 40% increase since 2018 – with Sunday services introduced on some lines for the first time ever.
Transport for Wales have published their Sustainable Development Plan, revealing their ambitious sustainability targets and the actions they will take to ensure these are achieved.
Sunday railway timetables across Wales will be transformed this December with a 40% increase in services across the network, a significant step toward the creation of a truly 7-day railway.
WITH more people than ever using the rail network in Wales and England, keeping safe on the railway remains the number one priority
Transport for Wales has today announced its accreditation as a Living Wage Employer.
ADDITIONAL ticket barriers are being installed at Cardiff Central as part of a series of works to improve the station for customers.
Transport for Wales is pleased to announce that Vernon Everitt, a Managing Director with Transport for London, has joined Transport for Wales as a Non-Executive Director.
TRANSPORT for Wales is doubling the amount of free data our customers get onboard all our trains from 25mb to 50mb.
Rail customers across Wales and the Borders are being advised to check before they travel on Friday and Saturday (25 & 26 October) after the Met Office issued a Yellow weather warning.
Thirteen stations along the "Borderlands line" between Wrexham and Upton are next in line for improvement as Transport for Wales continues its plans to make stations better, more welcoming places.
Transport for Wales are offering opportunities for local businesses to work in partnership with Alun Griffiths Ltd. to deliver the South Wales Metro.